Bull in a China Market (a pseudonym) is an experienced investor and manager with three decades of experience in the stock market. He holds an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business and a graduate degree in economics from Oxford University. He has traveled the world widely and undertaken business projects on five continents. He writes a blog on investments at BullInAChinaMarket.blogspot.com (http://www.bullinachinamarket.blogspot.com/).
Investor since 1998, joined the boom in tech and made some good money only to see it disappear again when the bubble burst. Read Security Analysis by Graham and the intelligent investor in 2006 and sold all and awaited the crash. Made a small fortune on BEAR ETF:s in 2008. Lost it again when I went heavily into the renewable sector, mainly solar.
Been trying to create a stable fortune since then. Working with Business Intelligence (data crunching), trying to apply it to my deep knowledge of the stock market.
After 20 years I pick only the leaders or future leaders of the certain sectors. I look at three main things,
1- The size of the potential market and the potential market share the ompany is looking to obtain.
2- Whether the company is addressing a need or a desire. People need a cell phone, they desire the iPhone. Both are important. Plus it created it's own market for the apps.
3- Competition. This is simple. Leader or laggard!
I am looking for profitable smallcaps amid rapidly growing economies or market sectors. If there is such a thing, I am looking for value in growth equities. When the stars sort of align on the TA end, I like to buy a few round lots.
Currently a Junior majoring in Finance at SDSU. First investment started with silver in early 2009 and started trading equities in 2010 with a combination of technical, fundamental, and intermarket analysis. 2010 YTD return of 70%. Want to eventually be in Asset Management.
I spent several years on Wall Street, trading mostly Munis at Morgan Stanley from 1998-2002. My wife and I moved the family to the Hamptons after 911 and I am a now the exclusive Broker for the Panoramic View, a large Luxury Oceanfront Development in Montauk.
I still enjoy the market, more then I ever did when I was burdened with the rules of a Large Firm, and my current interests revolve around Trading the Trend, using IBD, VectorVest and MarketClub...along with powerful insight from websites like Seeking Alpha.